Guten Tag Zé,
am Sonntag, 19. Mai 2013 um 10:20 schrieben Sie:
You are confused. This discussion is about how subversion lacks any
support for branching, which is quite obvious to anyone who
understands and acknowledges that all subversion does is track
revision changes to a file system.[...] Is that so hard for you to understand?
It seems as hard to understand as it seems to be hard to understand for you
that you didn't ever gave any common specification what exactly a branch or
tag is. You said something about metadata, but gave no example what this
meta data is, besides a name, or why someone should benefit of only top level
branches and tags.

Wait... did you say a few message ago that you don't think a branch is a branch, because when you delete the branch the history of the path is still in the repo? That's what your example seemed to show. I think people want obiliterate to deal with that issue. You can delete any path and still see it in the history if you ask for it.. Isn't keeping that history the whole point?


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